Girls basketball roundup: Fogle moves to third on Upper Sandusky scoring list

MORRAL — Abigail Fogle buried six of her seven 3-pointers over the first two quarters and moved into third place on the Upper Sandusky career scoring list en route to a 33-point night as the unbeaten Rams overpowered Ridgedale 68-20 in Northern 10 League girls basketball action Tuesday night.
Fogle’s performance gives her 1,369 points for her career and moved her past Erin Falk into third place on Upper Sandusky’s all-time girls scoring list. She trails only Lyndsey DeWitt (1,891) and Clare Aubry (1,507).
Fogle made sure Upper Sandusky (5-0, 2-0 N10) took control early sinking five treys and scoring 17 points as the Rams rolled to a 23-4 first-quarter advantage and led 41-8 at halftime.
Tori Damron added 11 points and Maddie McLaughlin had 10.
Ally Johnson scored 14 points to lead Ridgedale (3-4, 1-2).

upper sandusky (5-0, 2-0 n10)
Damron 4-3″”11, Oney 3-0–7, Al. Fogle 3-0–7, Ab. Fogle 12-2″”33, McLaughlin 4-2–10. TOTALS: 26-53 7-12–68.
ridgedale (3-3, 1-2 n10)
Staton 0-0–0, Johnson 7-0–14, Outcalt 2-2–6. TOTALS: 9-37 2-5–20.
Upper Sandusky 23 18 20 7 — 68
Ridgedale 4 4 10 2 — 20
3-Point GOALS: Upper Sandusky 9-11 (Ab. Fogle 7, Oney & Al. Fogle); Ridgedale 0-5.
rebounds: Upper Sandusky 35 (Ab. Fogle 10); Ridgedale 22.
turnovers: Upper Sandusky 8, Ridgedale 16.

LIBERTY-BENTON 68
LIMA SHAWNEE 42
LIMA — Liberty-Benton had four players score in double figures in topping Lima Shawnee 68-42 for a nonleague girls basketball win in a battle of 5-0 teams.
Savannah Richards led the Eagles (6-0) with 17 points and four assists.
Caitlin Elseser recorded a double-double of 10 points and 10 rebounds while Abby Reynolds had points and Alexa Lenhart (four steals) scored 11 points.
Alissa Stahler totaled a game-high 19 points for Lima Shawnee (5-1).

LIBERTY-BENTON (6-0)
Aschemeier 2-2–6, Kin 1-0–3, Richards 7-3–17, Elseser 5-0–10, Rhodes 2-0–5, Reynolds 5-0–14, Lenhart 5-0″”11, Peplinski 1-0–2. TOTALS: 28-56 5-9–68.
LIMA SHAWNEE (5-1)
O’Connor 1-0–2, Wright 2-0–4, Stahler 8-2–19, Jordan 0-1–1, Peterman 1-0–2, Gearing 3-2–8, Austin 2-2–6. TOTALS: 17-58 7-18–42.
Liberty-Benton 24 10 18 16 — 68
Lima Shawnee 13 6 9 14 — 42
3-Point GOALS: Liberty-Benton 7-11 (Reynolds 4, Rhodes, Kin & Lenhart); Lima Shawnee 1-10 (Stahler 1).
rebounds: Liberty-Benton 34 (Elseser 10); Lima Shawnee 25.
turnovers: Liberty-Benton 10, Lima Shawnee 12.
junior varsity: Liberty-Benton , 48-34.

HOPEWELL-LOUDON 45
OLD FORT 24
OLD FORT — Hopewell-Loudon’s MaKayla Elmore nearly outscored Old Fort on her own as the Chieftains prevailed 45-24 in a nonleague girls basketball contest.
Elmore finished with 23 points, 18 rebounds, four offensive, four steals and four blocks to pace the Chieftains (5-1). Jacque Burns added seven points, four assists and two steals.
Madisyn Spencer tallied eight points and 10 rebounds to lead the Stockaders, who committed 30 turnovers and shot 20 percent (9 of 43) from the field.

HOPEWELL-LOUDON (5-1)
Elmore 10-2–23, Burns 3-1–7, Siebenaller 2-1–5, Coppus 2-0–4, Pace 1-0–3, Krupp 0-2–2, Zender 0-1–1. TOTALS: 18-64 7-14–45.
OLD FORT (0-5)
Spencer 3-0–8, Clouse 3-0–6, H. Bilger 1-1–3, Gillett 0-2–2, Hossler 1-0–2, Miller 1-0–2, Davidson 0-1–1. TOTALS: 9-43 4-8–24.
Hopewell-Loudon 10 11 14 10 — 45
Old Fort 4 4 8 8 — 24
3-Point GOALS: Hopewell-Loudon 2-13 (Pace & Elmore); Old Fort 2-14 (Spencer 2).
rebounds: Hopewell-Loudon 37 (Elmore 18); Old Fort 35 (Spencer 10).
turnovers: Hopewell-Loudon 8.

COLUMBUS GROVE 54
PATRICK HENRY 38
COLUMBUS GROVE — Columbus Grove held Patrick Henry to single-digit scoring in two of the first three quarters Tuesday night en route to a 54-38 nonconference girls basketball victory over the Patriots.
The Bulldogs (2-3 overall) led 14-8 after one period, made it 26-18 by halftime and outscored the Patriots (2-3) 17-8 in the third.
Carlee McCluer scored 16 points to lead Columbus Grove, which aided its cause by sinking 16 of 22 free throws. Angel Schneider added 10 points and pulled down a team-high nine rebounds.
Carissa Rosebrook’s 10 points paced Patrick Henry. Faith Frania and Abby Carrizales each added eight.

patrick henry (2-3)
Drewes 0-1–1, Rosebrook 4-2–10, Kryder 1-0–2, Frania 3-1–8, Prigge 2-0–4, Carrizales 2-4–8, Thompson 1-0–2, Johns 1-1–3. TOTALS: 14-41 9-14–38.
columbus grove (2-3)
Schneider 4-2–10, Sybert 2-3–7, Sautter 2-0–5, McCluer 5-6–16, Schroeder 2-5–9, Gladwell 2-0–5, Witteborg 1-0–2. TOTALS: 18-49 16-22–54.
Patrick Henry 8 10 8 12 — 38
Columbus Grove 14 12 17 11 — 54
3-Point GOALS: Patrick Henry 1-5 (Frania 1); Columbus Grove 2-10 (Sautter & Gladwell 1).
rebounds: Patrick Henry 24; Columbus Grove 23 (Schneider 9).
turnovers: Patrick Henry 21, Columbus Grove 9.
junior varsity: Columbus Grove, 25-19.

DELPHOS JEFFERSON 53
CORY-RAWSON 30
RAWSON — Cory-Rawson fell into a 24-5 first-quarter hole and couldn’t come back before falling 53-30 to Delphos Jefferson in nonleague girls basketball play Tuesday.
Addy Stewart and Macy Wallace each scored 12 points for Delphos Jefferson.
Zoe Chisholm notched 10 points while Sarah Curth added six points, six rebounds and two steals for the Hornets (2-7).

delphos jefferson
Buzard 2-0–4, Stewart 5-1–12, Carder 1-1–3, Wallace 4-4–12, North 0-1–1, Al. McClurg 2-1–5, Barnes 1-0–2, Miller 2-4–9, Devel 1-2–4, Rode 0-1–1. TOTALS: 18 15-25–53.
CORY-RAWSON (2-7)
Traucht 1-0–2, Waltz 1-0–2, Green 1-0–2, Roth 1-0–3, Chisholm 4-0–10, Curth 2-2–6, McVetta 1-0–3, Roebke 1-0–2. TOTALS: 12-54 2-4–30.
Delphos Jefferson 24 10 12 7 — 53
Cory-Rawson 5 6 6 13 — 30
3-Point GOALS: Delphos Jefferson 2 (Stewart & Miller); Cory-Rawson 4-16 (Chisolm 2, Roth & McVetta 1).
rebounds: Cory-Rawson 20 (Curth 6).
turnovers: Cory-Rawson 32.
junior varsity: Delphos Jefferson, 27-19.

ELMWOOD 66
EASTWOOD 63
BLOOMDALE — Zoe Shank sparked a fourth-quarter rally, scoring nine of her game-high 28 points, to help Elmwood push past Eastwood 66-63 in a Northern Buckeye Conference girls basketball encounter Tuesday night.
The victory leaves the Royals 4-1 overall and 3-0 in the NBC, while Eastwood falls to 4-2, 2-1.
Eastwood led 54-46 after three quarters, with the Eagles canning eight of their nine 3-pointers. Jamie Schmeltz scored 15 of her team-leading 21 points in the first half.
In the fourth quarter, Shank hit four field goals and the Royals outscored Eastwood 20-9 to win it.
Maddie Schramko recorded a double-double with 17 points and 12 rebounds for Elmwood. Jill Hannah had 10 points, four steals and four assists. Shank added eight rebounds and Peighton Troike seven.
Hannah Limes and Hannah Owens backed Schmeltz with 13 and 11 points, respectively.

eastwood (4-2, 2-1 nbc)
Farmer 1-0–2, Rost 1-2–4, Limes 5-0–13, Schmeltz 8-3–21, Owens 4-0–11, Turk 3-0–7, Abke 1-3–5. TOTALS: 23 8-11–63.
elmwood (4-1, 3-0 nbc)
Troike 1-2–5, Hannah 4-1–10, Schramko 8-1–17, Hilalrd 2-2–6, Shank 13-2–28. TOTALS: 28-54 8-18–66.
Eastwood 24 16 14 9 — 63
Elmwood 10 15 21 20 — 66
3-Point GOALS: Eastwood 9 (Limes & Owens 3, Schmeltz 2, Turk 1); Elmwood 2-4 (Troike & Hannah 1).
rebounds: Elmwood 39 (Schramko 12, Shank 8, Troike 7).
turnovers: Elmwood 23.
junior varsity: Elmwood, 32-18.

BUCKEYE CENTRAL 48
NEW RIEGEL 42
NEW RIEGEL — New Riegel’s Brianna Gillig had game highs of 25 points and 12 rebounds Tuesday but the Blue Jackets fell 48-42 to Buckeye Central in a nonconference girls basketball game.
Brooklyn Gillig added nine points for New Riegel (3-3). Lindsay Bouillon and Kaitlyn Kirian each grabbed seven rebounds.
Courtney Pifher scored 23 points with 10 rebounds for Buckeye Central (5-0). Jenna Karl added 16 points and six rebounds.

Buckeye Central (5-0)
Evak 1-0–2, Karl 4-6–16, Pifher 8-7–23, Ratliff 2-0–5, Stump 0-2–2. TOTALS: 15-53 15-22 — 48.
New Riegel (3-3)
Bri. Gillig 9-6–25, Bro. Gillig 3-3–9, Kirian 1-1–3, Coleman 1-0–2, Bouillon 1-1–3. TOTALS: 15-35 11-19 — 42.
Buckeye Central 11 11 10 16 — 48
New Riegel 12 8 10 12 — 42
3-Point GOALS: Buckeye Central 3-12 (Karl 2, Ratliff); New Riegel 1-9 (Bri. Gillig).
rebounds: Buckeye Central 32 (Pifher 10); New Riegel 30 (Bri. Gillig 12).
turnovers: Buckeye Central 18, New Riegel 27.

NORTH BALTIMORE 41
HOLGATE 24
NORTH BALTIMORE — Alivia Light notched a double-double of 19 points and 10 rebounds and also tallied six assists and four steals to help North Baltimore secure a 41-24 nonleague girls basketball victory over Holgate on Tuesday.
Katelyn Weinandy added 13 points, five rebounds and five steals for North Baltimore (4-1).
Kacee Theison scored six points to lead Holgate (4-2).

HOLGATE (4-2)
Hoffman 1-0–3, Theison 1-4–6, Swary 1-3–5, Willett 1-0–3, Plott 2-0–5, Hohenberger 1-0–2. TOTALS: 7 7–24.
NORTH BALTIMORE (4-1)
Light 5-8–19, Lee 3-0–7, Weinandy 6-0–13, Thompson 1-0–2. TOTALS: 15-38 8-10–41.
Holgate 4 11 3 6 — 24
North Baltimore 13 8 5 15 — 41
3-Point GOALS: Holgate 3 (Willett, Hoffman & Plott); North Baltimore 3-18 (Lee, Light & Weinandy).
rebounds: Holgate 30; North Baltimore 36 (Light 10, Watson 7).
turnovers: Holgate 16; North Baltimore 13.
junior varsity: North Baltimore, 31-23.

VAN BUREN 46
MAUMEE VALLEY CD 28
TOLEDO — Van Buren had three double-figure scorers and the Black Knights held Maumee Valley Country Day to single-digit scoring over the first two quarters for a 46-28 nonconference girls basketball victory.
Van Buren outscored MVCD 14-2 in the first quarter and had a 22-10 margin by halftime.
Zoe Horne had 14 points, Faith Dewalt 12 and Maddi Parker 11.
MVCD got 13 points from Ella Foster.

van buren (4-3)
Parker 4-3–11, Horne 6-0–14, Leeper 1-0–2, Rosenberger 2-1–5, F. Dewalt 4-4–12, Nessler 1-0–2. TOTALS: 18 8-11–46.
maume valley country day (3-2)
Papocchia 1-0–2, Herrmann 1-0–2, Foster 5-0–13, Peek 1-0–2, Daugherty 3-3–9. TOTALS: 11 3-12″”28.
Van Buren 14 8 15 9 — 46
Maumee Valley CD 2 8 14 4 — 28
3-Point GOALS: Van Buren 2 (Horne 2); Maumee Valley Country Day 3 (Foster 3).
junior varsity: Van Buren 42, Maumee Valley Country Day 11.

CAREY 56
MOHAWK 16
CAREY — Carey recorded a shutout in the first quarter and rolled over Mohawk 56-16 in Northern 10 Conference girls basketball play.
The Blue Devils (5-1, 2-1 N10) led 15-0 after one frame and 33-5 at halftime.
Sydney Kin backed Carey with 22 points and nine rebounds while Sydney Ferguson and Hannah Lonsway each had eight points.
Mohawk’s Sandra Pennington knocked down two threes for six points.

MOHAWK (2-2, 1-2 N10)
Clouse 1-1–3, Miller 0-1–1, Gillig 1-0″”2, Harper 0-2–2, Pennington 2-0–6, Stillberger 1-0–2. TOTALS: 5 4-8–16.
CAREY (5-1, 2-1 N10)
Ferguson 3-2–8, Curlis 1-0–2, Nash 1-1–4, Kin 10-2–22, Lonsway 3-2–8, Carter 1-0–2, Arend 1-0–2, Wenzinger 3-0–6, Worst 1-0–2. TOTALS: 24 7–56.
Mohawk 0 5 10 1 — 16
Carey 15 18 16 7 — 56
3-Point GOALS: Mohawk 2 (Pennington 2); Carey 1 (Nash).
rebounds: Mohawk 16; Carey (Kin 12).
turnovers: Mohawk 14; Carey 12.
junior varsity: Carey, 43-13.

LEIPSIC 42
FORT JENNINGS 32
FORT JENNINGS — Heather Lammers nailed three 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 18 points as Leipsic survived a sluggish second half to hold off Fort Jennings 42-32 on Tuesday in a nonconference girls basketball game.
Claire Rigel added 10 points and led Leipsic (3-1) with six rebounds. Carlee Siefker matched Rigel with six boards.
Madison Neidert’s eight points and Kristen Lauersman’s six rebounds led Fort Jennings (1-5).

LEIPSIC (3-1)
Lammers 7-1–18, Siefker 2-0–6, Niese 2-1–6, Sickmiller 1-0–2, Rigel 5-0–10. TOTALS: 23-57 2-5 — 42.
FORT JENNINGS (1-5)
Wisner 2-1–5, Ricker 2-0–5, Neidert 3-1–8, Krietemeyer 0-1–1, Laersman 3-1–7, Kneale 3-0–6. TOTALS: 15-61 4-8 — 32.
Leipsic 17 14 2 9 — 42
Fort Jennings 3 8 9 12 — 32
3-Point GOALS: Leipsic 6-18 (Lammers 3, Siefker 2, Niese 1); Fort Jennings 2-7 (Ricker & Neidert 1).
rebounds: Leipsic 37 (Rigel & Siefker 6); Fort Jennings 29 (Luersman 6).
turnovers: Leipsic 30; Fort Jennings 18.



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